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Jan 26, 2013 7:00am EST
environment, women do not have an equal opportunity to survive or help fellow soldiers survive. and there's 30 years of studies to back that up. as far as the issue of sexual assaults are concerned, wow, that's a huge problem. and it's getting worse. but you don't make it better by transferring all of the issues that involve sexual assault into those infantry battalions. in fact, when general dempsey suggested the opposite, maybe this is the answer. no, general, that'll only make it worse and there's no reason to do that. and i'm also concerned about what about the enlisted women they don't want this? what about men who can't speak out about this? general dempsey also said if the standard's too high, then we'll question why is the standard so high? that means that gradually, incrementally standards will be lowered, they will be equal, but lowered and we won't have the same tough training for the infantry we have now. >> let me get back to your first initial comment there. are you saying that women are not as qualified as men? >> i didn't say qualified. they can serve and they are. i
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